Virginia Contractor Brings Jim Yates to Belvoir Farms to Restore Historic Wallpaper
Bealeton, VA - September 25, 2008 - Tom Wotton of the Fauquier County Virginia based Home Sweet Home Improvements; LLC bravely undertakes the huge task of restoring the estate at Belvoir Farms in the Plains Virginia. Exercising his expertise, Tom keeps the continuity of quality at the estate by retaining a renowned wallpaper restorer for the delicate art that covers the dining room walls. Home Sweet Home Improvements is a residential only contractor that specializes in custom remodeling, historic renovations and aging in place remodeling.
Jim Yates is professional antique wallpaper restoring who has worked on successful restoration projects as the President Andrew Johnson Homestead, The Frederick Douglass House and even the White House.
As the renovation project progresses, Home Sweet Home Improvements has replaced the entire roof, replaced the stucco on the entire outside and has replaced all the windows and is recreating and remodeling a large most of the inside. For educational purposes the company will be tracking the entire renovation process through videos and photos.
About Home Sweet Home Improvements - Established in 1990 and based in Fauquier County, VA, Home Sweet Home Improvements serves the Northern Piedmont region of Virginia with the highest quality home remodeling and building services. From finishing basements to remodeling kitchens to design/build services, HSH has earned a reputation for full customer satisfaction and artisan-level quality. They are Class A Contractors licensed in Build, Electrical and Plumbing. HSH has acquired several designations including Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and Certified Graduate Remodelor (CGR). Tools and valuable resources can be found on their website at www.HomeSweetHomeImprovements.com.